the type genus of Droseraceae including many low bog-inhabiting insectivorous plants
- The glue is completly different from carnivorous plants like Drosera, Byblis or Drosophyllum and much more efficient.
- Drosera burmannii isn't very picky about soil.It grows well in the standard 1:1 peat:sand "CP mix".
- The seedlings may be a little slow growing at first but they are definitely faster than most Drosera species.
- Drosera indica is an annual which means under normal circumstances within one growing season it will grow quickly, bloom, set seed and die.
- Drosera has also been recorded for use against various ailments.Extracts of the leaves were used externally for warts, corns and sunburn.
- In nature Drosera burmannii seeds sprout with the onset of the summer rainy season.It requires very warm and bright conditions to do well.